I consider myself as a traditional guitar maker. I supervise personally all the building process of my concert guitars, from the draft design and wood selection, to the very subtle ornamental details. I am particularly thoughtful in the playability of my guitars. Even I, as an amateur guitarist, have a quite clear understanding of this important problem for performers. I am very careful and demanding with the wood selection (Central European spruce, Canadian cedar and maple, Indian rosewood, Cameroon ebony, Honduras cedar, etc.) and I only use those who have at least 12 years drying in my warehouse with controlled climatic conditions.